|5 Nov 2008 @ 14:02, by Joan Clark|
Dear Powerful, Passionate Women of Peace,
Today I am proud to be an American. I am full of gratitude and giddy with excitement for I believe that as a collective consciousness we moved toward oneness and away from separation.
Together we passed that invisible line that kept us trapped in old ways of being and we freed ourselves from the past beliefs-- the illusion-- that we are separate.
Together we embraced the truth of who we really are-- a collective oneness.
We realized that we are stronger together. And last night we caught a glimpse of the power we have to create change: the limitless potential that is ours when we stand together and look past what has been and look toward to what can be.
There is a new spirit not only in America but in the consciousness of humanity.
I believe we have taken a giant step towards Peace-- inner and outer. We have let go of living in the stories of the past and moved into present-moment, where everything is created and where our new future begins to take form.
My husband, who is the originator of the "One World Flag", created a slogan that states, "because we have more in common as a world...then we have differences between nations". This creed has set a vibrational frequency for years now, and in my opinion has been instrumental in holding the vision for what is unfolding today. He and many other visionaries before him, and those that will come, have been holding this truth-- and now we have seen it come forth.
Hope, faith, trust, and love is being re-kindled in new and powerful ways.
Today is a historical moment in time and one I am going to cherish in my heart. A consciousness-- a long-awaited human consciousness-- has become spiritualized. Hearts and minds not only opened but were changed alchemically by this amazing collective experience.
We not only stepped up as a nation last night-- we stepped up as spiritual beings having a human experience. The change inside of us became mirrored in the world last night.
All I can say-- in the spirit of new administration-- is... "Yes we can!" God/dess Bless America!!
5 Nov 2008 @ 18:54 by martha : I certainly agree
I agree with your article but I am also aware that Obama has a lot of work ahead to straighten out the mess that he inherits from Bush. For example the banking melt down actually was created during the Reagan administration with deregulation. Many of these problems are deeply embedded and will need serious commitment to change.
I like your husband's slogan and is in keeping with why I named my log Borderless.
As Gandi said "Be the change you want to see in the world."
5 Nov 2008 @ 20:38 by Bethlove @220.127.116.11 : yes we can :)
Me too! The energy difference, the place within that Obama comes from, and how so many have their hearts and minds in this space, it is tangible! To All, to the Universe...thank you thank you.
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